(CRUIKSHANK, Isaac) (after)John Bull at the sign, the case is altered. (Weimar, Industrie-Comptoir, 1801)

Plate: 173 x 225mm; Sheet: 191 x 249mm; hand-coloured etching; old folds

The contrast between the starving Frenchman and the well-fed Englishman was a traditional mockery. The present caricature shows a reversed version with a fat Frenchman and an almost starving John Bull. This is a reduced German version of Cruikshank’s caricature published 1801 by James Aitken in London.

Broadley E 57; cf. BM Satires 9714; Broadley A 479; (for the Aitken issue)